A short recap of ESPC 2022 Paid Members Public
It's been some time since I attended a conference in person. ESPC 2022 in Copenhagen was amazing, and I combined working remotely from the hotel at the venue with hanging out with great people and learning a lot about trends and opportunities in our tech community. The event
Build sustainable solutions on Azure and save money Paid Members Public
Are you building sustainable cloud solutions? If not, read this!
Favorite security-focused open-source workbooks for Azure Monitor and Microsoft Sentinel Paid Members Public
Let's explore some of the Open Source workbooks that exist for Azure Monitor and Microsoft Sentinel. Why are they important to know about? What are some use cases? Read this article to understand some of my favorite use cases and well-used workbooks, tailored to my specific needs.
How to: Remind me to reply to messages in Microsoft Teams Paid Members Public
Learn about the easiest capability for reminding yourself about Microsoft Teams messages. Fire and forget reminders, so you can move on with your day. When the reminder is due, Microsoft Teams will send you a notification and link you directly to the message!
Testing your internet speed from the command line on Windows, Linux, or Mac Paid Members Public
I've recently come across the need to test the internet speed of devices without a Graphical User Interface (GUI) connected to the internet. Devices include Raspberry Pi, virtual machines running Linux, cloud-based containers running Linux distros, and more. Services like speedtest.net and fast.com are both very
Exam Study Guide: SC-100 - Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect Expert Paid Members Public
I recently decided to sit the SC-100: Microsoft Cybersecurity Architect Expert exam which, if you pass, grants you the certification with the same title. I am happy to share that I passed the exam. In this post, I will share some details about the experience, and links and insights for
I'm working at Microsoft Paid Members Public
The cat is out of the bag. Recently, I mentioned that I left Rencore. Today, I'm announcing that I've taken a step towards a childhood dream - working at Microsoft. I have moved into a new role and will be shifting my direction slightly. In July
Goodbye, Rencore! Paid Members Public
This is one of those bittersweet posts you have to make once in a while. I have decided to leave Rencore to pursue some other adventures. What a ride it has been. I've been working with Rencore for seven years, and it's been a true learning